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Sunday, October 6 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Exploring the Personal

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It's not easy to examine your personal history--much less put it on the page. How do memoirists balance humor and pathos in sharing their intimate life experiences with readers?

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Stacy Bolt

Bio:Stacy Bolt is the author of the new memoir Breeding in Captivity. It's a funny, truthful, and sometimes unbelievable account of her many attempts at becoming a mother. Stacy often reads her essays on Live Wire, a syndicated radio program produced in Portland, Oregon. She also has a blog which is sadly neglected most of the time. Stacy lives in Portland with her husband and (spoiler alert) son.Breeding in Captivity: One Woman's... Read More →
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Chasity Glass

Bio: | Chasity Glass grew up in rural Minnesota, not far from Lake Superior. You'll hear her accent on certain words like bag and home and about, though she tries not to say, "eh," too often in conversation. | | Chasity lived in Los Angeles for twelve years producing movie trailers for Hollywood studios. Before that she worked as a gas station attendant, a maid, a nanny, a model, a clothed hostess at a topless restaurant, a medical... Read More →
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Nicole Hardy

Bio: | Nicole Hardy lives in Seattle where she works as a waitress and a teacher. Her writing has appeared in many literary journals and newspapers including The New York Times. Her essay “Single, Female, Mormon, Alone” was selected as “notable” in 2012’s ‘Best American’ series. Nicole earned her MFA at Bennington College, and is a Pushcart Prize nominee. Her poetry collections include This... Read More →
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Scott M Terry

Bio:In 2007, Scott Terry sent an excerpt from his yet-to-be published book, Cowboys, Armageddon, and The Truth, to the San Francisco Chronicle. An hour later, he received a freelance contract and a request for more, leading to many stories for the paper and launching his writing career. Scott Terry was raised as a cowboy in a devout Jehovah's Witness family.  He spent his childhood praying for Armageddon to come, but by adulthood... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Work for Art Stage OCC, D-136

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